Released June 17, 2014
Added Ability to Manage Frequency of Desktop Application Updates
Administrators can now choose from the following new settings on an account-wide or per-company basis:
Frequent Updates – This setting “subscribes” the account to receive beta builds, which will allow users to try out new features and tools before they are released to the general public. These beta builds are never released as default builds.
Note: Because these beta builds are still in testing, administrators may wish to avoid using them with actual customers. It is highly recommended that administrators create a “dummy” company on which to try out the beta builds by setting only the dummy company to “Frequent Updates” and leaving the rest of the companies on the account with “Regular Updates” or “Infrequent Updates”.
Regular Updates (default) – This setting leaves the account at the default level (i.e., same as not having the “Customer Update Settings” check box selected). Users will not receive updates unless a new default build is released by Citrix (which is the same as the previous functionality).
Infrequent Updates – This setting prevents applications from being automatically updated to a newer build, even if it is a default build. Administrators can select a specific version and build on which to remain so that users will not be updated unless their selected build is retired, at which point they will automatically be updated to the newest default build.
To change settings on an account-wide basis, administrators can go to Configure > GoToAssist Settings. Administrators can select the “Customize Update Settings” check box to view the Frequent Updates and Infrequent Updates options.
Added Button to Access Mobile Profiles (Windows only)